About 1957 1 Dollar Bill Silver Certificate
Whether you are an advanced collector or just starting out, finding rare and discontinued forms of currency is always a treat. A 1957 1 dollar bill silver certificate is a great find, marking the end of an era when the U.S. Treasury produced money that you could exchange for their face value of silver dollar coins. While these silver certificates were redeemable through 1968, their last year of production was 1957. There is a vast inventory of old 1 dollar bill silver certificates on eBay, giving collectors the opportunity to add this piece of history to their collection. These bills look similar to the US 1 dollar bills in circulation today, but with a few notable differences. The words "silver certificate" appear at the top of the bill and the obligation reads, "This certifies that there is on deposit in the Treasury of the United States of America…(One) Dollar(s) in silver payable to the bearer on demand." There is also a prominent blue seal printed on the front of the dollar bill. As the years pass, a 1957 1 dollar bill silver certificate becomes more rare, making them a great addition to your collection. You can find both circulated and uncirculated bills and sets allowing you to purchase several silver certificates at once.